Real Estate Assistant Best Practices
By Chalice Springfield
As the market heats up some agents are working 12 hours or more a day, 7 days a week, and may be on the verge of a total burn out. Maybe it's time for an assistant? Or maybe you have an assistant you think could be more productive.
Delegation is keystone to taking any business to the next level but it's easier said than done. In this BreakthroughBroker.com article Chalice Springfield Owner of Sears Real Estate shares an awesome list of tasks that real estate agents may want to consider delegating to an assistant.
This two page document may help you get your life and possibly your sanity back. Click the download link or for a more printer friendly PDF version click the download at the bottom of the article.
As always a big thanks to Chalice Springfield of Sears Real Estate for submitting this content! Chalice started at Sears Real Estate when she answered an ad to work in the mailroom on the job board at the University of Northern Colorado. She was just 19 years old and seeking employment to help put her through college. After earning her bachelor’s degree at UNC, while working full-time at Sears Real Estate, she jumped into the world of real estate where she would find herself some 20 years later. Today, she is delighted to be the CEO/Managing Broker of Sears Real Estate. Chalice has sold real estate, worked in the mortgage and title industries, and currently manages almost 50 people (she calls it “herding cats”).